Update: we’ve now completed a full Evercade review if you’d like an in-depth report of the game after testing it out for longer. And if you’d like to check out similar retro throwbacks to gaming’s classic years, be sure to take a look at our guide to the best retro consoles . While the recent wave of mini consoles has been a good thing overall, it's easy to understand why they don't scratch the itch for everyone. With their fixed software line-ups, the fun inevitably has a limit. What's more, they can't offer one important part of the fun of retro gaming – building a collection. Blaze has attempted to fulfil that need with the Evercade, a dedicated retro gaming handheld that runs bespoke compilation cartridges. But does it represent a good way to play these games? Key Details Released : Out Now Price : From £59.99 Publisher : Blaze Players : 1 The device itself is relatively basic, in order to keep costs down. An internal battery supplies 4-5 hours of power, and charges via an included micro-USB cable (though as with many devices these days, there's no plug adapter included). A mini-HDMI port is present for TV output,… Read full this story
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